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Chrome “find in page” with smart search in unicode characters

Look at this chrome search for the Danish letter “æ” in a page.
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Notice how Chrome actually also shows occurrences of “ae” when searching for “æ”.

The same thing goes when searching for “Ø”, “Ö” or similar accents: They will show occurences of “o”.

Usability wise, I think this is a rather good principle for end-user solutions, just like Google Chrome. But, but. As an advanced user, i would like to know if i can turn it off? Not as a general setting. Because the usecase would be that you search, and find too much. Based on this, if you search for something with accented characters, a new checkbox should appear. My suggestion (mockup):

This way, you will start with a “wide” search and end up being able to filter in more correctly.

One Response to “Chrome “find in page” with smart search in unicode characters”

  1. Petter Says:

    I think it’s a great thing for people who aren’t using native-language keyboards for foreign characters and symbols for international queries, but, an option to switch it off would make it more user-friendly.

    Petter